About your Search

20121101
20121130
STATION
SFGTV2 12
CNN 3
CNNW 3
KGO (ABC) 2
KICU 2
KTVU (FOX) 2
WUSA (CBS) 2
CSPAN 1
CSPAN2 1
KBCW (CW) 1
KNTV (NBC) 1
KOFY 1
KPIX (CBS) 1
KQED (PBS) 1
( more )
LANGUAGE
English 62
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 62 (some duplicates have been removed)
are the extraordinary author of "i want to kill the dog." there is jasper. >> i would never hurt a dog. >> tongue and cheek there is a picture of him. there is a saw, and it says "i want to kill the dog." this is how you are selling your book. there they all are, lovingly caressing him. you want to murder him. what's it about? obviously a bit of a joke. >> it is a bit of a joke. it's about a dog who is the most annoying dog in the county, who has got a shrieking bark that never stops. >> are we talking about jasper? >> really? don't start. i know too much. >> he's also a dog who thinks that meredith is his wife. >> really? >> and does not let anybody near her. >> yeah. >> which often happens with an animal. >> who chose jasper? you did? >> well, our kids did. our children did. no, no. we were -- >> i grew up in a family of animal lovers. i'm an animal tolerator. i had a cat called rocky balboa, but i never got into the whole animal thing much. i felt a bit detached, probably like richard. this over obsessive. give me a cuddle, have a cry and two years later you bury them. >> is that the coldest a
this morning. no, it is not meredith vieira, it's her dog jasper. jasper is famous because meredith is always bringing him in, bragging about him. but turns out, there's another side to jasper, and richard her husband is here to tell us about it. >> look at meredith's face. >> i want you to know how richard really feels about this dog. the book is called "i want to kill the dog." we'll find out what is at the heart of this division at home. >> you've got to take a side. are you pro jasper or antijasper? >> and that family is split right down the middle. >> certainly is. >> i don't want to -- it depends on who i'm talking to which side i take. >>> and then we've got jenna bush-hager, she's got a terrific story. when the worst happens in the new york area, it brings out the best in people. and jenna's going to share that with us in a little bit. >>> all right. let's start this half hour over in hoboken, new jersey, and join natalie morales who happens to live there and has the story about how people are struggling with flood waters. natalie? >> reporter: good morning to you, matt. and as you se
from these treatments. our medical correspondent has details. >> this is jasper before treatment. a spinal injury meant his back legs were paralyzed. this is jasper today. the transformation is remarkable. his owners are delighted. >> before the event, he was a crippled the dog. he had no rear leg function. he dragged his feet. he could not move them generally. now he can stand and walk. he can make a stab at running. he does bunny hopping. >> researchers removed specialized cell from the lining of his nose which promote the growth of nerve tissue. these were grown in a dish for several weeks and then injected into his damaged spine. the nerve connections grew enough to allow his front and rear legs to reconnect. the repair was not complete. the signals to the brain were not restored. that explains why he still wobbles when he walks. more than 20 dogs were treated. most saw some improvement. this research is great news for jasper and other dogs prone to spinal injuries. could this technique played a role in helping reverse paralysis in humans? scientists funded by the medical res
're background to say, jasper knows it's thanksgiving. >> he can smell it coming. >> a guest tells a dirty or a racy joke? >> and i've had that happen. >> of course you have. >> and you're alone in the roonl, bob. >> no, my old man went after the guy, physically went after him and doesn't put up with na. >> i had pretty boring thanksgivings. >> i would never say that, but-- >> and what if someone got up super early and won't leave at the end. >> i think that's the worst. my grandfather always said if you're not early, you're late. so i'm a very punctual person not try to get that too earlier and have a rule always be one of the first to leave and your host will thank you. >> they do when you leave. >> the best people, the one mo does the dishes. >> i'll do the dishes, i can't k.c., but i'll do the dishes. >> i can't do the dishes. >> i'm not big on dishes either. >> and that's why, right. >> just paper plates. >> do you have restaurants. >> i waitressed at thanksgiving and eating turkey between big parties of 10 and 15. >> when we moved last week, we had the thanksgiving themed paper plate
this morning, no it is not meredith, it is her dog jasper. she is always bringing him in, bragging about him, and there is another side to jasper, and richard, her husband is here. i want to know how richard really feels about this dog. the book is called "i want to kill the dog." we'll find out what is at heart of this -- >> you have to take a side, are you pro jasper or anti-jasper. >> and that family is split right down the middle. >> and then we have jenna bush-hager. when the worst happens in the new york area, it brings out the best of people, and jenna will share that with us. >> let's start in hoboken, new jersey, with natalie morales. >> good morning to you from hoboken. minutely good news this morning, we see what is left is now basically just a sludgy residue of the waters that were roars down our city streets here. at one point the water line got up to three or four feet, damaging many of the store fronts, communities, pizza place, so many people were stranded in their homes. many of the residents were left stranded here, and the national guard was called and they came to rescue
again thanks to a unique treatment that may one day help humans. this is jasper. six months later signses injected him with cells taken from his own nose. researchers say the cells helped regenerate the damage done to his spine. this is jasper now showing off his working skills. researchers hope it will help people in the future. >> that is unbelievable. medical miracle. >> great. >>> mike was talking about the weather around game time 5:30. >> i think it is going to be nice, not too cold, not too hot, no rain on the way. high clouds are going to make today mostly cloudy, we look from mount sutro towards diablo. as we look from mount tamalpais a little breezy, mild winds making it feel warm, kicking up a few clouds, especially across the north bay the best area where we may have a stray shower. as we look at doppler, you can see we are getting the best returns to our north where they are going to stay. hardly any snow, very high elevation snow with this warm core system. different perspective you can see some of the low clouds along the coast mainly the rest of the clouds up to th
treatment that may one day help humans. this is jasper. six months later signses injected him with cells taken from his own nose. researchers say the cells helped regenerate the damage done to his spine. this is jasper now showing off his working skills. researchers hope it will help people in the future. >> that is unbelievable. medical miracle. >> great. >>> mike was talking about the weather around game time 5:30. >> i think it is going to be nice, not too cold, not too hot, no rain on the way. high clouds are going to make today mostly cloudy, we look from mount sutro towards diablo. as we look from mount tamalpais a little breezy, mild winds making it feel warm, kicking up a few clouds, especially across the north bay the best area where we may have a stray shower. as we look at doppler, you can see we are getting the best returns to our north where they are going to stay. hardly any snow, very high elevation snow with this warm core system. different perspective you can see some of the low clouds along the coast mainly the rest of the clouds up to the north where the rain is going
the one where dana and jasper show up as house gues guests. you hate the american dream so you are happy about this. >> dana: i haven't lived it at all. 60% of recent college grads can't find a job in what they studied, in the profession they chose. one of five bachelor degree holders are unemployed and 40% live at home. you can understand why they are upset about the future. i bet the poll is correct. >> greg: it's clear you don't care. is the american dream dead and should obama be impeached? >> kimberly: i saw that on the street corner today. >> bob: kimberly is eating. you ate it all. >> kimberly: i'm hiding it from you. >> greg: so you agree with me president obama should be -- >> bob: i do not. everyone at the table went to liberal arts college, right? is anybody here except for me maybe have questions about america exemptionallism? no. you went through it. fine. the country will retain the number one position in the world and be fine. despite the right wing nuts scaring people away they will be fine. >> eric: you have an issue with exceptionalism? >> bob: some issue. >> eric: if y
. >> dana: i didn't. >> greg: i fed this to jasper. >> bob: you just thought of this? >> greg: i thought of this when we talked about -- >> andrea: it looks delicious. uh-oh. >> greg: this is the first time there has ever been a twinkie shake. that is amazing. amazing! >> bob: eric, get some of that. is that good? >> andrea: that is really good. >> greg: it's disgusting. >> andrea: this could save twinkie. >> greg: disgusting and wonderful. i don't have the time to chew. i'm in a hurry and i want a twinkie, i will drink my twinkie. >> andrea: bob pounded it. >> greg: he drank the whole thing. >> bob: that was brilliant. >> andrea: you even have the mustache. got twinkie? >> bob: i got heat for saying there is only one better thing than twinkies and i meant to say eating ho-hoes. i hope they get together. unions and the hostess. >> andrea: eating ho-hos? you would say that. wouldn't you? >> bob: listen, let's get serious. is there any chance -- [ laughter ] do you think the unions will get together with the company? >> eric: i think they want it to go. >> dana: one more thing. >> bob: one
: this was just the injury in 2008. he couldn't move his hind legs. but thanks to a pioneering treatment, jasper went from being paralyzed to walking with the aid of a harness. and then finally, running by himself. scientists at the university of cambridge took the cells from jasper's nose and then injected them into the damaged spinal cord. the professor nicholas jeffrey designed the study. >> the cells that we use when they're in the nose, they usually help nerve fibers to grow from the nose into the brain. that is their normal function in the nose. so the idea is that when you transplant them into the spinal cord or anywhere else in the nervous system, then they might also help new nerve fibers to grow from one place to another. >> reporter: and it's not just jasper who's whizzing around the house again. the scientists say some of the other dogs in the study regained limited use of their hind legs. but the researchers acknowledge the procedure alone won't likely have any useful benefits for human spinal cord injury patients. >> i don't think there's ever going to be a quick fix for spinal cor
dog city. this is jasper. they gave him a going-away party today. they helped us raise jasper. she can make dogs do anything. she has a voice i'd sit down, too, if i were one of thing tos. >> bob: so did my ex-wife. >> kimberly: to my house and figure things out. >> greg: i heard the dogs were not fan of your dogs on doggie blog. >> dana: they are friends on facebook. >> greg: they talk about your dog all the time. suck-up. wonder where the dog learned that. five days until this comes out. preorder it. shut up, bob. you'd do the same thing. put it up on the rankings. join me, greg gutfeld. get it. >> bob: very good book. i suggest everybody buy it. really. >> kimberly: i started it. >> bob: kimberly can read. >> kimberly: yeah, what really bothers me is you knew my home address and it came to my house. >> bob: he rents the place across the street from you. >> kimberly: he rents the tree. >> andrea: he rents the fire escape. >> andrea: my turn. last night, i had the privilege of aanding and honor of attending the bob woodruff foundation stand up for heros in new york city. and i think o
and welcome to the san francisco public library. i'm joan jasper, i'm with the department of public exhibitions here at the library. thank you so much for coming to our exhibition tonight with author craig childs. he's been jet setting all over the country promoting his new book, the house of rain. we also want to thank the publishers for bringing craig to us and we also want to thank (inaudible) at the book table at the end of the program. craig childs is a commentator for national public radio's morning edition. he has written noert "new york times", the los angeles times and several magazines. his work has won the spirit of the west award as well as the colorado book award. the book, house of rain, is craig's latest book. please help me welcome craig childs. . >> hello. i come to you from out of the desert. i'm coming to you from a landscape where once you get an eye for things, 3 grains of sand out of place draw your attention, where everything is brought to bear, where everything is hinged to a story, every drop of rain leaving a dimple in the ground. stories are everywhere out
out of jasper in some canyon someplace. there are larger objects. there are cliff dwellings that you find up in the alcoves. this is out on the navajo reservation in southern utah. this is part of a structure that's about, i'd say, 300 rooms running along the back side of this canyon, a little village, small city, something. artifacts everywhere. one of the walls had fallen out, revealing the floor that had been packed in there, hundreds of years of people using the same floor just pushing down the dirt so that there are pieces of woven -- of braided string sticking out of the floor everywhere and arrowheads and broken pottery and i realized when i came up against the stack of this trash pile i put my head against it and looked along it. i could see it was covered with hair. people in that room had been combing their hair for hundreds of years and it had been landing on the floor. and then new floors are built on top of that and new floors and i ran my hand across, just barely across, the front of this and i could feel the hair of people who had been there and i was there with a nava
, staff sergeant tim leader run a tight ship. they have no choice. >> i'm josh and this is jasper. >> i'm jarrett. >> i'm jess and i this is jedi. >> i'm jeremy. >> i'm jalen and this is judy. >> i'm jew day why. >> i'm jonah. >> i'm joel -- i'm judy. >> i'm jonah. >> i'm joel. >> reporter: in case you lost count, the leaders have 12 children. >> i remember seeing an ad that says the average family will go through 27 boxes of creel in a year and kind of laughed -- cereal in a year and i kind of laughed at that because we go through 50 boxes in a month. >> reporter: their monthly grocery bill is $600. throw in a big holiday meal and the budget can get tight. >> it's not necessary all that we wouldn't have a dinner if the uso didn't provide it, but we would have to budget that in and we would have to probably cut in other areas to make sure that, you know, we had all the trimmings and everything like that. so for the uso to be able to kind of take that burden of it off is a huge thing for us. >> reporter: staff sergeant leader has served one tour in iraq. he knows what it like to be aw
husband, staff sergeant tim leader run a tight ship. they have no choice. >> i'm josh and this is jasper. >> i'm jeremy. >> i'm jona. >> i'm joel. >> reporter: in case you've lost count, they have 12 children. >> i remember seeing a thing, an ad for a store one time. it said the average family will go through 27 boxes of cereal in a year. i kind of laughed at that because we go through 50 boxes in a month. >> corn, mixed vegetables and mow take toes, fruits -- potatoes, fruits. >> reporter: their monthly grocery bill is $600. throw in a bill holiday meal and the budget can get tight. >> it's not necessarily that we wouldn't have a dinner if the uso didn't provide it but we would have to budget that in and we would have to probably cut in other areas to make sure that we had all the trimmings and everything like that. so for the uso to be able to take that burden of it off is a huge thing for us. >> reporter: staff sergeant leader has served one tour in iraq. he knows what it's like to be away from home for the holidays. he also knows duty can call again any time. >> i don't take for gra
. >>> and henry like takes off. >> yeah, henry. >> there's one more rescue i need to she you. this is from jasper, india. guess what's in this well. >> pigs? >> no, that is a goat. >> aw. >> they got a bunch of ropes and one man's willpower to go down into this well and drag this goat out. >> it sounds just as awful as a pig. >> are they going to wimplg this thing out by its neck? >> yes. they are successful and watch what happens after they unleash him. all the animals are out of the hole and they lived happily ever after. >>> guys, it's all about the sound in the next video, listen to the beginning of the video and tell me what you think it is. >> someone had a box of fireworks? >> it sounds like someone is learning how to play drums. >> this is a shoot-out between s.w.a.t. member, sheriffs deputies and an armed man. 19-year-old andres aguillar. this is video from a neighbor. you can see aguillar in the video. he shot at police before and during a traffic stop. that led to a standoff with police where they later found aguillar here. you see s.w.a.t. members taking cover behind a car. >> that's
the lining of jasper's nose, cells known to regenerate fibers in animals and humans. these were grown in a dish for several week and injected into jasper's damaged spine. the nerve connections regrew enough to allow his front and rear legs to reconnect. but the repair was not complete. the signals to the brain were not restored. that explains why he still wobbles from side to side when he walks. more than 20 dogs were treated, and most saw some improvement. this research is obviously great news for jasper. and dog breed like this one which are prone off to spinal injuries. the big question is, could the technique one day play a role in helping to reverse paralysis in humans? scientists funded by medical research council say this proof of concept study in animals should give the green light to a trial with patients. but warn it may not work as well. in the quest to reverse paralysis in humans, cell transplants are just part of the answer. last year rob summers from the united states was fitted with electrodes in his spine which enabled him to stand. >> wondering about potential impact
. >> good evening and welcome to the san francisco public library. i'm joan jasper and i'm with the department of exhibitions and public programs at the library and i want to welcome you it our program tonight, our incredible evening with playwright and author phillip congatongas. this program is in connection with an exhibit, two exhibits, that we have up on the 6th floor. the first one is called if they came for me today, the japanese american internment project, and also we have another exhibition called relocation and resiliency, the japanese american internment in california. and both of those are up on the 6th floor and this is the last week, so if you haven't a chance to see these exhibits yet, we really encourage you to go on up and see them because they will be closing on sunday. we really want to thank community works for bringing the exhibit if they came for me today to the san francisco public library. and here to tell you a little bit more about community works is ruth morgan, so help me welcome ruth morgan. thank you. . >> thank you. i do hope that if you ha
you have anything interesting to say that doesn't include the word "jasper"? >> dana: i do. eric knows numbers but i'm talk about gut and heart. peggy noonan noticed this. the republicans across the country gone from anti-obama to pro-mitt. you don't get the crowd, enthusiasm, the goosebump commercials. i am not deep in the weeding on numbers but i think it's important. one other thing. thing that is impressive about america this time around in the presidential cycle that is negative. we all thought during the primary that mormonism, and romney's religion would be a really big deal. the obama team hung back from that. that was at the president's direction to his credit. we had a debate about who would be the best man to lead a.m. it wasn't about their religion. >> all right. >> bob: can we talk? >> greg: yeah. go for it. >> bob: i want to point outer rick's numbers if you will, he is not going to win iowa or new hampshire. they're in the bag. it gets back to ohio. one other point here, there are three states that automatically trigger recount. colorado, pennsylvania, florida. excuse me
the 200,000 people in the u.s. living with a spinal cord injury. this is jasper, a 10-year-old dachshund. his back legs were paralyzed after being hit by a car. scientists took some cells from his nose and implanted them into his spine and six months later, he could walk again. wow. researchers say while this is promising, they are still a long way from restoring spinal functions in humans. >>> it appears singer rihanna's tour plane has descended into disturbia. mayhem broke out on the 777 plane carrying the singer and journalists. this is an around the world tour here. an australian shock jock streaked through the aisles monday. reporters supplied with plenty of alcohol were complaining about the lack of access to rihanna. so we've got people getting naked. we've got rihanna on the plane. and then you've also got all of this in one place. sounds like a party to me. don't threat suit fool you. this is what journalists do sometimes. i'm terrell brown. this is the "cbs morning news." >>> while advances in medicine happen every day, there's a doctor in illinois who is being celebrated for k
costs $4.20 in u.s. dollars. >>> in england, they released this pictures of a paralyzed dog named jasper walking with an assistive device. scientists from the university of came bainbridge took cells from his nose and injected them into his damaged spinal cord. experts say the procedure won't work for humans, but it's a step in the right direction for humans. >> the head of a newspaper in ireland has resigned after deciding it to print topless photos of duchess of cambridge. palace officials say publishing the images was a "grotesque invasion privacy. >> reporter: n. massachusetts a huge natural gas explosion damaged more than 40 buildings and damaged 18 people. the explosion was caught on video. investigators poured through that wreckage today assessing damage and looking for clue as to what caused that explosion. the blast leveled a stripclub. police say it was lucky a day- care center next door was closed at the time. >> a bay area push to help local businesses. >>> keeping it local, how businesses across the bay area fared today on small in business saturday. ♪[ music ] >> you h
corner of the state. so... if you live in lake, porter, laporte, newton, jasper or starke counties... you too turn your clocks back... but you stay on what many call "chicago time." >> also check your smoke detectors >> it's a new chicago steak- house where the big cuts of meat are taking a back seat to some other menu items. next, our critic samples it all at bavette's bar and boeuf. also, just a few days past halloween and the staff at the state street macy's already has chirstmas on their minds. and 48 minutes wasn't enough for the fighting irish, who tried to stay unbeaten. the triple overtime highlights from south bend, later in sports. break hi. ooh, that's so... i know what you're thinking. it's a hot white number, but what a hassle to care for! but i'm not worried... i use tide vivid detergent and boost. they keep my whites looking like new wash after wash. that's my tide. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] this is karen and jeremiah. they don't know it yet but they're gonna fall in love get married have a couple of kids [ children laughing ] move to the
it's halloween. you know what that means? dana picking out a costume for jasper. bob will tell us his favorite candy. she is a dancer that lives in the bronx. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] this is steve. he loves risk. but whether he's climbing everest, scuba diving the great barrier reef with sharks, or jumping into the market, he goes with people he trusts, which is why he trades with a company that doesn't nickel and dime him with hidden fees. so he can worry about other things, like what the market is doing and being ready, no matter what happens, which isn't rocket science. it's just common sense, from td ameritrade. ♪ ♪ >> bob: happy halloween you pagans. first, let me say, who are the people that got thisly lack chocolate? >> andrea: not supposed to say that. >> bob: sorry. dade porter. >> bob: i wasn't supposed to say that. i'll talk about halloween, and what is your favorite costume? favorite candy? >> eric: it was supposed to be your favorite candy and our favorite story. >> bob: chocolate is my favorite. >> eric: listen, my son is 14 now. he doesn't trick-or-treat anymore.
one. roll the graphic. >> greg gutfeld dream of my five. >> dana: my puppy jasper was sick michigan husband had to take him to the vet. i couldn't sleep all night. fell asleep at 5:00 a.m. and i had a dream we had a show, five of us but bob. he was in my kitchen. party going on. it didn't know who the substitute was. it had to prepare for the show. greg looked at me and he was mad because i didn't have anything to say. a party going on next door and i asked if i could have
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 62 (some duplicates have been removed)

Terms of Use (31 Dec 2014)